Marketing Distribution Assistant: Works with the Marketing Distribution Manager to foster and support both domestic and international sales of books from the Press's distribution client publisher program.Implements critical operational aspects of the Press's Marketing Distribution program. Self-directed responsibilities include monitoring client press delivery dates and stock levels; following up with clients as necessary and communicating information to appropriate staff; setting up initial seasonal title and metadata records; seasonal jacket/cover file processing for Press website and other online retail or discovery venues; monitors tables of contents and enters those into the Book Division database when necessary; works with in-house staff to maintain and update client title information and metadata on the Books Division database, processes stock orders from the warehouse, and keeps the Marketing Distribution Manager up-to-date and informed. Maintains the Distribution Library.Helps coordinate seasonal sales conference scheduling, events, troubleshooting. Maintains and monitors clients' Press web pages for accuracy, omissions, potential improvement. Attends departmental meetings and other Press functions as assigned.
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